The opposition party members are also registering their displeasure against the government’s inability to resolve the ongoing University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) strike action that has lasted for about a month.
"They [NPP] were planning to give $ 240 million out of E-Levy to their own established company" – @samgeorgegh questions Prez. Akufo Addo on accountability.
— Frederick Nuetei (@fredericknuetei) February 10, 2022
The aggrieved Ghanaians converged at the Obra Spot on Thursday morning clad in red and black outfits.
Members of the opposition party are holding placards with inscriptions such as “E-levy is a no brainer to economic recovery and we insist that Yentua!” and “Pay UTAG. Students are suffering!”
The “Yentua” demonstrators will march from their point of convergence through the Kwame Nkrumah Avenue, Farisco, Striking Force, the Kinbu Road, the Octagon, the National Theatre through the AU Roundabout.
The demonstration will end at the Parliament House.
— Eben Brown (@BrownBo10140453) February 10, 2022
Already, the Police Service has indicated that it will afford the necessary security detail to prevent any mishap.
The Motor Transport and Traffic Department (MTTD) will deploy personnel to assist with traffic management.